Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Qutub Shahi tombs - The Way Children See It

Anjli wanted to go see the Qutub Shahi tombs.

Manasi and Anjali already looking happy
So we took her along with her best friend Mansi. It's completely different when we have two six year old best friends.

It took all of seven minutes as they read this out
They got into a competition instantly at the very first tomb outside the area and started reading all the information given on the plaque as fast as they could.

Joy and freedom
Poignant thought
New wonders
Posing with some flowers the picked
Resting after a long run, jump, run routine
Coming back after inspecting Golconda in the background
Posing as guards
Once it was done they raced off inside. They'd dance a bit, run a bit, shot pictures of a squirrel eating corn, ran up and down the steps, jumped off a low railing and kept going round and round in circles until our heads started spinning.
Pic courtesy. Anjali Paruvu

Anjali also managed a superb shot of the sun setting behind the tombs. Much better effort than mine. Lots of chips and water and stuff that they sprayed about in the car and it was a day well worth for them. Onwards then.

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